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Limerick Workhouse Resident Secures Scholarship: James Curry’s Achievement Recognized

LIMERICK – In a heartening display of academic excellence, James Curry, a fourteen-year-old resident of the Limerick Workhouse, has distinguished himself by securing one of the prestigious scholarships offered by the Limerick County Council.

At the recent meeting of the Guardians on Monday, a commendable sum of £4.20 was unanimously voted to support James Curry’s maintenance expenses while he fulfils the conditions associated with the scholarship. This financial assistance reflects the Guardians’ recognition of James’s academic potential and their commitment to nurturing talent within the community.

The Guardians also took the opportunity to extend their heartfelt congratulations to the teacher of Monaleen School, whose dedicated coaching undoubtedly played a pivotal role in preparing James for the scholarship examination. Their acknowledgment underscores the importance of quality education and the invaluable contributions of educators in shaping the academic success of students.

James Curry’s remarkable achievement serves as a testament to the resilience and determination of individuals, regardless of their circumstances. His success not only brings pride to the Limerick Workhouse but also serves as an inspiration to others facing similar challenges.

As James embarks on this new chapter of his academic journey, the community stands united in support, eager to witness his continued growth and success. His story serves as a shining example of the transformative power of education and the potential for individuals to overcome adversity and achieve greatness.

The Limerick County Council’s investment in James Curry’s future underscores their commitment to fostering talent and providing opportunities for all members of the community to thrive. In celebrating James’s achievement, the community reaffirms its belief in the boundless potential of every individual, irrespective of their background or circumstances.

General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland – Saturday 26 August 1916

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